Using concepts from Chapter 3, which statement best explains why proteins-and not RNA, DNA, carbohydrates, or lipids-are the molecules responsible for "reading" the array of molecular zip codes in cells?
-Because protein enzymes can have a diversity of active site structures, they can "read" different zip codes by specifically degrading them.
-Because proteins can store energy, they provide the energy to transport other proteins with zip codes to their correct destinations.
-Because proteins store and process information, they can "read" different zip codes via base pairing.
-Because proteins can have diverse structures and chemical properties, different proteins can "read" different zip codes by interacting specifically with them.